Essential visits in Amsterdam

Amsterdam
Are you thinking of making a getaway to a European city? How about Amsterdam? Without a doubt, the capital of the Netherlands is an excellent choice, as this city combines a historical atmosphere of the 17th century with the mentality of a modern city, making the climate as pleasant and relaxed as possible. In addition, you will love the intimacy of its streets, squares and channels and its lively nightlife thanks to its young tourism. Of course, keep in mind that the city is at the forefront of Europe when it comes to shows, museums and art.

Normally, you only have a few days to visit Amsterdam, so today in Hard Hobbit To Break We want to tell you about those places that you should visit if you have the opportunity to travel to this modern and lively European city. Would you like to join us?

Red light district

Red light district
How could it be otherwise, we have to start talking about the Red Light District, the most touristic area of ​​Amsterdam. Located in the old part of the city, it surprises with its numerous red and neon lights, which adorn the picturesque shop windows displaying light clothing women.


Anne Frank House

Anne Frank House
Of course, we also have to talk about the Anne Frank House, which is located in the center of Amsterdam. This is the house where Anne Frank and her family hid during the invasion Nazi In the Second World War. It was here that he wrote his famous journal.

Dam square

Dam square
Another place that you should visit if you have the possibility of traveling to the Dutch capital is Dam Square, considered the square most important in Amsterdam, from which the city was created. Here you will find a good number of buildings and historical monuments.

Churches

Oude Kerk
As in many other European cities, in Amsterdam there are also religious buildings that are worth visiting, such as the Oude Kerk (Old Church) which, built in 1302, is considered the oldest monument in the city. The Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) and the Westerkerk, which offers wonderful views from its tower, are also recommended.


Spui Square

Spui Square
We continue our tour of Amsterdam in Spui Square, a place that until 1882 was a body of Water that marked the limit of the city. Today it is an ideal place to walk, get artwork or have a coffee.

Leidseplein Square

Leidseplein
Another place worth visiting is Leidseplein Square, one of the most animated from the capital of the Netherlands. Thus, you can find a lot of bars, restaurants, cinemas, theaters, discos, street artists, shops ...

Bloemenmarkt

Bloemenmarkt
The Bloemenmarkt, a famous market of flowers active since the mid-19th century. It is important to keep in mind that it is a floating market located on platforms and barges, although it is something that is hardly noticeable.


Rijksmuseum

Rijksmuseum
If we talk about museums, the most important is the Rijksmuseum, the National Museum of Amsterdam. Here you will discover the largest collection of pictorial works in the Golden age Dutch. It is considered the best museum in the country.

Vondelpark

Vondelpark
Another must-see is the Vondelpark, the Park most famous in the city. It has about 470,000 square meters and in it you can find a lot of plant species, in addition to small animals. It is an ideal place for walking, cycling, eating outdoors, playing sports or simply relaxing.

Channels

Channels
Last but not least, we have to talk about the canals, one of the symbols of the city. And it is that more than 75 kilometers of these currents cross Amsterdam. In them you can find the famous floating houses.

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